Life is filled with sweet and not-so-sweet moments.
These illustrations were inspired by Wang Shijia’s reflections on life’s joys and struggles. But don’t mistake Ang Ku Kueh Girl for her creator! Ang Ku Kueh Girl is determined, persistent and a thankful optimist; Shijia aspires to be like her!
Many of these illustrations have been published before. They have since been updated with new details and colours. Shijia also added traditional Chinese motifs to convey her well wishes for visitors.
For this exhibition, Shijia has a little game for you. A traditional Chinese bowl that conveys blessings of longevity has the characters wan shou wu jiang 萬壽無疆 on it. Can you find all four bowls with one character each?
The artworks are on display at level 9 and 10.
Jan 07, 2022 - Jun 30, 2022
9am to 10pm
SCCC Auditorium Foyer, Level 9 and 10
Texts in English and Chinese
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